Redlands Homes For Sale - Living In The Jewel Of The Inland Empire
Historic, Vibrant and The Sweet Scent Of Orange Groves
Redlands Homes For Sale – Your ultimate real estate resource for this thriving historical city, full of diversity, community, friendly smiles, and the unique real estate, time capsuled in the 1900’s.
With lots of outdoor space, you can enjoy hikes, fishing, and biking along the lush landscape of 100-year-old trees, orange groves and pine trees. We’re the great escape of big city living without giving up the perks of having everything we need, all accessible within our city limits. But shhh, we’d like to keep this secret to ourselves.
Things To Do In Redlands
Citrus Plaza – a large open-air shopping center. Shop, Dine and Enjoy. Great fashion, good food, and live entertainment.
Ritual Brewing Co – Our local fav – brewery with large open spaces for playing games, conversing, drinking, and on Saturdays live music.
Hangar 24 Craft Brewery: Regional Craft Brewery with Tours and Tasting located at the Municipal Airport. With the beer landscape always changing, and with growing number of choices from the over 6,000 breweries in the United States now in operation, we continue to pride ourselves on being American made and independently owned, with a fiercely loyal local following.
Kimberly Crest House and Gardens – Breathe taking mansion available for weddings and private events. The grounds are absolutely stunning. 45-minute tours start every 30 minutes on Thursday, Friday, and Sunday from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Redlands Dog Park – Located in Ford Park on 27 acres, featuring two fishing ponds, lighted tennis courts, and picnic, playground facilities and the enclosed dog park for you fluffy loveable pooters.
Parks and Gardens – The City of maintains 14 established parks, which comprise over 143 acres of land and over 540 acres of open space, including the San Timoteo Nature Sanctuary and Hergnt ‘Aki’ Preserve at Live Oak Canyon
Redlands Bowl – Amazing venue for music and theatrical performances that are offered to the public with no admission charge.
A picture of a small town with vintage homes, charm, and quiet streets make it a nice place to live and call home.
With the city growth, this historic city will become a hub of new meets old. You can guarantee that what’s on the horizon is going to be an amazing future.
Dining, Great Eats And More
Dining and Up Coming Events
The city boasts fine restaurants and unique shopping in its historic downtown, walking tours, the Lincoln Shrine, A.K. Smiley Library, lots of outdoor activities and so much more. The most impressive characteristic is the living history in the architecture captured in the parks, homes and public buildings.
Caprice – Located in Historic Downtown. A large menu to satisfy many palates, including pasta dishes, fresh salads, fresh grilled seafood, handmade pizzas, and organic steaks.
Eureka! – Eat, Drink, Be Social – An enjoyable, fun hangout!
Carolyn’s Cafe – The best breakfast in town – ever popular, great menu with homemade ingredients! Service is first class! Always busy! The coffee cake is incredible!
The State – Kitchen, Whiskey, Beer – Excellent food and vibe
Up Coming Events:
Trails at Ten – Gateway Ranch/Sahatapa Trail
October 14 @ 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Fall series of Trails at Ten begin with Gateway Ranch and Herngt ‘Aki’. Staging at Redlands Gateway Ranch in Live Oak Canyon. Hikers will be guided to the trails, either south of the ranch on the San Timoteo Canyon State Park trails or north, across the Yucaipa Creek onto Herngt ‘Aki’ Preserve trails. Children are welcome, as are dogs on leash. Registration is limited to 75 hikers, and each participant receives a free lunch through a grant from the Beaver Medical Group.…